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Operation VAMFA and National Engineers Week - Welcome to the thick of E-Week 2015! I love National Engineers Week because the week is a celebration of engineering. This week, I’ve eaten at the E-Week barbecue and laughed at the E-Week talent show. And tomorrow night, I cannot wait for the Viterbi Ball! To me, E-Week is more than just fun, interesting activities. E-Week reminds me why I love engineering and my fellow Trojan engineers. So, in honor of E-Week, I present to... http://ow.ly/2VddvZ
Welcome to the thick of E-Week 2015! I love National Engineers Week because the week is a celebration of engineering. This week, I've eaten at the E-Week barbecue and laughed at the E-Week talent s...
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My Favorite Engineering Project - Hi everyone! Happy E-week! I’ve done a lot of cool engineering stuff in college so far, but one of my favorite projects I’ve ever done was building an electric guitar as part of my final project in a class I took last semester, EE202: Linear Circuits. All we were given was a cigar box, a long block of wood, strings, and a pickup. We had to go to the woodshop to shape the wood into a handle and cut holes in the cigar box, attach the pick... http://ow.ly/2Vcu0C
Hi everyone! Happy E-week! I’ve done a lot of cool engineering stuff in college so far, but one of my favorite projects I’ve ever done was building an electric guitar as part of my final project in...
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Perks of Being an Engineer - Being an engineer has the negatives of having a good amount of work week to week, but the perks definitely out weigh the negatives. Included in sed perks are awesome lasers, playing with acids, FIRE and simply just working with cool machinery. This is only my perspective of the things I have done, but there are so many more cool things to do as an engineer. I will first touch on the couple things my friends have done and then share a couple ... http://ow.ly/2V783J
Being an engineer has the negatives of having a good amount of work week to week, but the perks definitely out weigh the negatives. Included in sed perks are awesome lasers, playing with acids, FIR...
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Teamwork in Engineering - Blogged while listening to Smoke + Mirrors- Imagine Dragon’s new album! Hello everyone! Happy E-Week.  This week is all about celebrating engineering and all the cool things engineers do.  Here at USC we are celebrating with all sorts of activities, my favorite of which is Viterbi Ball at the end of the week! Check out Betty’s blog about it- she’s one of the people planning it! Engineering has been a really cool field to study, and one of the b... http://ow.ly/2V0qRo
Blogged while listening to Smoke + Mirrors- Imagine Dragon's new album! Hello everyone! Happy E-Week.  This week is all about celebrating engineering and all the cool things engineers do.  Here at ...
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Life in Pi Palace - The Local Alpha Delta. Pi Palace. ADPi. Whatever people may call it, I am lucky to call it home for sophomore, junior, and senior year. Living in ADPi for the past two years has been such an amazing experience, so much so that I have decided to live there for all three years after having moved out of my freshman dorm, Birnkrant. Through my time living in ADPi, I have had the wonderful opportunity to live in a six-man, four-man, and two-man room, with... http://ow.ly/2UX8Mf
The Local Alpha Delta. Pi Palace. ADPi. Whatever people may call it, I am lucky to call it home for sophomore, junior, and senior year. Living in ADPi for the past two years has been such an amazin...
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Weekend Adventure: SD - With a three day weekend, comes the opportunity to take a quick get away.  Over President’s Day weekend, a group of friends and I traveled off to San Diego to relax, bond and take in the beach life. My first time traveling around San Diego, it’s a great city to go to for a short trip.  Just a few hours with traffic away from Los Angeles, the weather and things to do in SD are endless.  From the zoo to the aquarium to hanging out by the shore to h... http://ow.ly/2UWe3d
With a three day weekend, comes the opportunity to take a quick get away.  Over President's Day weekend, a group of friends and I traveled off to San Diego to relax, bond and take in the beach life...
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SCupper at El Cholo - With graduation just around the corner and the start of my career approaching in just six months, I wanted to reach out to some USC alumni to ask for any advice they may have as I start the next portion of my life. The perfect solution for me to speak with alumni was a SCupper – a dinner networking event for students to meet USC alumni hosted by a club on campus called Society 53. I love these events because many successful alumni come with plenty ... http://ow.ly/2VcFUc
With graduation just around the corner and the start of my career approaching in just six months, I wanted to reach out to some USC alumni to ask for any advice they may have as I start the next po...
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Viterbi Ball: The Best Part of EWeek! - Hey everyone! Happy E Week! For those of you who don’t know, it’s national engineering week, a week where people all around the country celebrate engineering.  E Week is a pretty big festivity here at Viterbi, with events happening all week such as a kick-off carnival, quiz bowl, and a talent show. As great as all these things are though, my favorite part of E Week is Viterbi Ball! Viterbi Ball is an event where the Friday of E We... http://ow.ly/2V9FmW
Hey everyone! Happy E Week! For those of you who don't know, it's national engineering week, a week where people all around the country celebrate engineering.  E Week is a pretty big festivity here...
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Awesome Group Projects: Database for CSK Longevity - Hey guys! I hope everything is going well. This week I want to write about one of the coolest group projects I’ve done so far! As an Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE) major, I can attest to the fact that ISE classes do a lot of group projects. While I will be the first to admit that I did not enjoy group projects one bit in high school, they are my often my favorite part of courses in college. Last semester, I to... http://ow.ly/2V4l0H
Hey guys! I hope everything is going well. This week I want to write about one of the coolest group projects I’ve done so far! As an Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE) major, I can attest t...
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Being a “local” student - Usually many students go far away from home when they go to college but that is definitely not my case. I am from Pasadena, California which is only 22.5 miles away from USC. Despite the proximity, it isn’t what you would consider to be necessarily “close” when it comes to the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. Traffic can make my little commute back home to be as much as two and half hours. Not only would living at home have been a huge stress on ... http://ow.ly/2UXrvP
Usually many students go far away from home when they go to college but that is definitely not my case. I am from Pasadena, California which is only 22.5 miles away from USC. Despite the proximity,...
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Food Trucks in Los Angeles - One of the many food phenomenons of the last few years that has been food trucks. They’re all over Food network and as a consequence they’re all over big cities, like LA. I’ve had the opportunity to try a few – some randomly when I’m out in the city (Amazebowls is one that hangs around campus a lot) and then there are food trucks that USC brings to campus at the beginning of the year when all the freshmen move in. Part of why I love food tru... http://ow.ly/2UWvs7
One of the many food phenomenons of the last few years that has been food trucks. They're all over Food network and as a consequence they're all over big cities, like LA. I've had the opportunity t...
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Concrete Canoe Pour Day! - This past Friday was a really exciting time for the American Society of Civil Engineers because we poured our concrete canoe! Pour day is a lot of work because we spend a whole day measuring, mixing, and placing concrete. In order to prepare for pour day, we had to make sure our mold was all ready to go. The mold we use is made of multiple foam blocks glued together. The curvature of the canoe is cut out of the foam so that when concrete is pl... http://ow.ly/2UTMgk
This past Friday was a really exciting time for the American Society of Civil Engineers because we poured our concrete canoe! Pour day is a lot of work because we spend a whole day measuring, mixin...
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Colleen Novosad's profile photo
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We're current Viterbi undergrads from a wide variety of backgrounds and majors, here to share our experiences and help potential future Trojans learn more about Viterbi Life!